International Tables for Crystallography (2010). Vol. B, ch. 2.2, pp. 215-243   | 1 | 2 |
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Chapter 2.2. Direct methods

Chapter index

Allowed origins 2.2.3
Anomalous dispersion (scattering)
integration with direct methods 2.2.10.7
Convergence method 2.2.7
Determinantal formulae 2.2.5.7
Direct methods 2.2.2
in macromolecular crystallography 2.2.10
integration with anomalous-dispersion techniques 2.2.10.7
integration with isomorphous replacement techniques 2.2.10.3
Direct-methods packages 2.2.9
E maps
interpretation of 2.2.7
Enantiomorph definition 2.2.7
Figures of merit 2.2.7
Inequalities among structure factors 2.2.5.1
Integration
of anomalous-dispersion techniques with direct methods 2.2.10.7
of isomorphous replacement techniques with direct methods 2.2.10.3
Interpretation of E maps 2.2.7
Isomorphous replacement
techniques, integration of direct methods with 2.2.10.3
Least-squares determination of phases 2.2.8
Linearly semidependent phases 2.2.3
Macromolecular crystallography
direct methods in 2.2.10
Magic-integer methods 2.2.8
Maximum determinant rule 2.2.5.7
Maximum-entropy methods 2.2.8
Modified tangent formula 2.2.8
Nested neighbourhood principle 2.2.5.2
Normalized structure factors 2.2.4.1, 2.2.7
One-phase structure seminvariants 2.2.7
One-phase structure seminvariants, first rank 2.2.5.9
Origin(s)
allowed (permissible) 2.2.3
definition 2.2.7
specification 2.2.3
Permissible origins 2.2.3
Phase-determining formulae 2.2.5
Phase relationships
quartet 2.2.5.5
quintet 2.2.5.6
Phases
assignment of one or more 2.2.7
least-squares determination of 2.2.8
linearly semidependent 2.2.3
refinement of 2.2.8
Pseudotranslational symmetry 2.2.5.4
Quartet phase relationships 2.2.5.5
Quasi-normalized structure factors 2.2.4.2
Quintet phase relationships 2.2.5.6
Random-start method 2.2.8
Refinement
of phases 2.2.8
Reflections
substructure 2.2.4.1
superstructure 2.2.4.1
Representation method 2.2.5.2
SAD–MAD (single anomalous dispersion–multiple anomalous dispersion) 2.2.10.9
Sayre's equation 2.2.6
Single anomalous dispersion–multiple anomalous dispersion (SAD–MAD) 2.2.10.9
Single isomorphous replacement–multiple isomorphous replacement (SIR–MIR) 2.2.10.4
SIR–MIR (single isomorphous replacement–multiple isomorphous replacement) 2.2.10.4
Structure factors
inequalities among 2.2.5.1
normalized 2.2.4.1, 2.2.7
quasi-normalized 2.2.4.2
unitary 2.2.4.2
Structure invariants 2.2.3
Structure seminvariants 2.2.3
algebraic relationships 2.2.5.8
one-phase 2.2.5.9, 2.2.7
two-phase 2.2.5.10
Substructure reflections 2.2.4.1
Superstructure reflections 2.2.4.1
Symmetry
pseudotranslational 2.2.5.4
Tangent formula 2.2.5.3
application of 2.2.7
modified 2.2.8
weighted 2.2.5.4
Triplet relationships using structural information 2.2.5.4
Triplets, search of 2.2.7
Two-phase structure seminvariants, first rank 2.2.5.10
Unitary structure factors 2.2.4.2
Weighted tangent formula 2.2.5.4